The second phase of the biggest Call Of Duty Mobile tournament in India the COD Mobile India Pro Cup 2021 has concluded today, with Team Mayhem emerging as champions. They defeated S8UL Esports in the best-of-five round finals with a 3-0 scoreline. Call Of Duty Mobile partnered with Indian game streaming giant Loco to host the COD Mobile India Cup featuring a prize pool of ₹35 Lakhs. The total prize pool of Phase 1 of the COD Mobile India Cup was ₹10 Lakhs while the prize pool of phase 2 was ₹25 lakhs. The COD Mobile India Cup Open stage was won by Godlike Esports. 16 top teams from the first phase qualified for the pro cup, where they were joined by four other invited teams.
COD Mobile India Pro Cup 2021: As it happened
The best players in the different regions went head to head in a double-elimination bracket tournament. Team Mayhem was the most successful team in the round-robin format followed by S8UL Esports. Teams played against each other in five modes – Frontline, Team Deathmatch, Search and Rescue, Domination, and Hardpoint. Finally, four teams made it to the Semi-Finals: Team Mayhem, Heroes Official, S8OUL Esports, and Godlike Esports.
Team Mayhem maintained their impressive form in the Semifinals as well. They crushed Heroes official by 3-0 margin in the Semifinal 1. On the other hand, in Semifinal2, it was S8OUL Esports who emerged victorious as they went on to beat Godlike Esports by a margin of 3-0 as well.
The COD Mobile India Pro Cup Finals consisted of three matches. The first match of COD Mobile India Pro cup finals was played on the Summit map in Hardpoint mode. Team Mayhem defeated S8UL Esports by a 150-75 scoreline in this match. The second match was played on the Meltdown map in Search and Destroy mode. Team Mayhem’s winning run continued as they defeated their rivals by a 6-2 scoreline. The third match was once again won by Team Mayhem with a 150-81 scoreline. It was played on Domination Mode in the Firing Range.
COD Mobile India Pro Cup 2021: Prize Pool Distribution
The total prize pool of the Regional Playoffs tournament is ₹35 Lakhs. Here’s the rank-wise distribution of the eight teams which participated in the Pro Stage of the tournament.
|Force 1 Esports
|Forty Club Esports
|True Rippers Esports
Jash “Learn” Shah from Team Mayhem was the Most Valuable Player of the tournament and was rewarded with an extra ₹1,00,000. Samartha “JOKOs” Ghadge from Heroes Official had the highest number of kills and was awarded ₹50,000 for the feat.
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